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Can you think of a song that was specifically banned by a radio station, tv station, or government?

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"Eight Miles High," The Byrds
Banned for "drug" references although appears to mention flying in an airplane, "Waiting for touchdown". Banned by the Old Scotsman Gordon McClendon on all his stations
Ernesto Ramos PhD
"Eight Miles High," Byrds
This song was on the 'Do Not Play' lists in 1966 since many people believed that it was about drugs, but the real lyrics were about the Byrds trip to London.
Paul Warren
"Erotica," Madona
Video banned for sexually explicit content.
"Eve Of Destruction," Barry McGuire
In 1965 this tune is pulled from many record stores and radio stations when some groups complain that it is nihilistic and could promote suicidal feelings amongst teens.
"Everybody Wants To Rule the World," Tears for Fears
Banned by the BBC during the Gulf War

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